Definition of selling point in US English:

selling point

noun

  • A feature of a product for sale that makes it attractive to customers.

    • ‘Estate agents typically highlight the selling points of a house.’
    • ‘This property's location, period features and good sized back garden will be strong selling points.’
    • ‘The back garden is likely to be one of Hibernia's strongest selling points.’
    • ‘Quite apart from its aesthetic appeal, strong selling points include the underfloor central heating system that Kevin designed.’
    • ‘Strong selling points for this property are the spacious gardens and the possibility to further extend the accommodation.’
    • ‘McCabe said that ‘peace, isolation and tranquillity’ would be one of the main selling points for the hotel.’
    • ‘A spacious layout and its location in a popular residential suburb will be strong selling points for this apartment.’
    • ‘Obviously, that's also a selling point for the customer who only has the use of one arm.’
    • ‘He mentioned the friendly attitudes and warm welcome of the people as attractive selling points for the BVI.’
    • ‘Actium's impressive gardens are a defining feature and are sure to prove a strong selling point.’
    • ‘Most of the participants at this exhibition do not have a unique selling point for their products.’
    • ‘Their big selling point: Money is still out there, but you need us to tell you how to get it.’
    • ‘Such personalized attention is a big selling point for managers at small companies.’
    • ‘A well-kept, tidy and attractive front garden is a good selling point, adding value to your property.’
    • ‘Its main selling point is that ready cash is lent at the much cheaper rates that apply to mortgages.’
    • ‘Often, a selling point of a commercial product is the level of support a company provides.’
    • ‘Somewhere between these intangible selling points and your actual features is a great story.’
    • ‘This property has a number of strong selling points including size, period features, location and very good condition.’
    • ‘The hope is that factories will realize they can use their labor records as a selling point.’
    • ‘The main selling points for this property are its prime location and the character of the area, which is the Dublin 4 of Galway city.’
    benefit, advantage, blessing, good point, strong point, strength, forte, talent, gift, strong suit, long suit, virtue, recommendation, attraction, attractive feature, resource, beauty, boon, value, merit, bonus, aid, help
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Pronunciation

selling point

/ˈseliNG ˌpoint//ˈsɛlɪŋ ˌpɔɪnt/